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nanoElectronics & Photonics Forum Conference

nanoSIG

Full Day Event - Palo Alto, CA - April 15, 2004

Palo Alto, CA. April 7th, 2004

Due to popular demand, the nanoElectronics and Photonics Forum is pleased to announce its 3nd major event: a full day conference April 15, 2004, at the Palo Alto offices of Townsend, Townsend & Crew, 379 Lytton Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94301-1431

Schedule:

Continental Breakfast and Registration: 8:00-8:30am
Morning Programming: 8:30 - 12:00pm
Complimentary Lunch: 12:00-1:00pm
Afternoon Programming: 1:00-4:00pm
Networking Reception: 4:00-6:00pm

Confirmed Speakers (not necessarily in this order)

1) Michael Heller - UCSD / Nanogen - Heterogeneous nano assembly processes and techniques
2) Iain Woolward - Integrated Nanosystems - Molecular sensors and NanoFlash(tm) memory
3) Jonathan Trent - NASA - biological materials and methods for nano-assembly
4) Ghassan Jabbour - University of Arizona - Printed electronic and photonic materials
5) Rama Venkatasubramanian - RTI - Dir., Center for Thermoelectrics Research Nanoscale Thermoelectrics for Applications in Electronics and Photonics
6) Vincent Suzara - University of the Pacific - DNA / structural proteomics in nano-electronics
7) Griff Freeman - Nanoplex - periodic nanostructures as molecular barcodes, and other potential applications
8) David L. Sloane - Townsend and Townsend and Crew LLP - IP Development
9) Linda Chao - Stanford University - Technology Transfer
10) Richard Caro - TangibleFuture, Inc.- Commercializing Nanophotonics: lessons from the telecom bubble


The Event:
This is an open invitation for researchers, startup companies, joint ventures, and others actively engaged in the development of nanotechnology enabled electronic and photonic devices, integrated platforms, fabrication processes and techniques, and related domains of development to participate in our upcoming full day NanoSIG NanoElectronics & Photonics Forum event, April 15, 2004.

The Audience:
The audience is a combination of VCs, industry analysts, and CEOs, along with scientists, CTOs, various representatives from academia and the national laboratories, media, and others interested the opportunities and evolution of business development of nanotechnology enabled electronics and photonics applications. The nanoElectronics & Photonics Forum, as an active Forum of the NanoSIG, is focused on technology developments and commercialization of business opportunities in:

  • Nanostructured materials with Novel Photonic and / or Electronic Properties
  • Nanoprinting, Imprinting, "Soft" Lithography, & Molecular Deposition
  • Molecular Switches, Gates, Sensors
  • Nanowires and Interconnect Systems
  • Nanobiological & Self-Assembling Materials, Techniques and Processes
  • Memory and Switch Arrays, Fabrics, and Reconfigurable Architectures
  • Electro-Optical Materials and Nanostructures
  • Bandgap, Nonlinear, & Other Photonic Systems
  • Quantum Devices & Spintronics

Cost to attend:
$25 Students:
$25 Members
$50 Non-Members
$75 Day of registration:
$100 at door

www.nanosig.org/nanoelectronics.htm

www.nanosig.org/nanoelectronconf.htm

Contact:
Oindrila Ray

650-813-9624 or 650-380-1854

Charles Ostman

510 549 0129 or 510 326 7974


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